‘The Equalizer 2’ Trailer: Denzel Washington Returns As Justice-Seeker In Antoine Fuqua Action Thriller

“They killed my friend,” says Denzel Washington as the seeker of justice (or something like it) in this new trailer for Sony’s The Equalizer 2. “So I’m going to kill each and every one of them, and my only disappointment is I only get to do it once.”
In the first sequel of Washington’s career, he returns to the role of Robert McCall, described by Sony as a man who “serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed – but how far will he go when that is someone…

“They killed my friend,” says Denzel Washington as the seeker of justice (or something like it) in this new trailer for Sony’s The Equalizer 2. “So I’m going to kill each and every one of them, and my only disappointment is I only get to do it once.” In the first sequel of Washington’s career, he returns to the role of Robert McCall, described by Sony as a man who “serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed – but how far will he go when that is someone…

‘Deadpool 2’ Final Trailer: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin In Dark Battle Of Wits & Fists

The latest, and probably last, trailer before the release of Deadpool 2 next month has plenty of action (slo-mo or otherwise) but the big moment for comic fans might be an exchange of insults between new series villain Cable (Josh Brolin) and Ryan Reynolds’ maskless, disfigured Wade.
“You’re not f*cking hero,” spits Cable, after plunging a knife into Deadpool’s shoulder. “You’re just a clown dressed up as a sex toy.”
The wounded Wade pained response: “So dark. You sure…

The latest, and probably last, trailer before the release of Deadpool 2 next month has plenty of action (slo-mo or otherwise) but the big moment for comic fans might be an exchange of insults between new series villain Cable (Josh Brolin) and Ryan Reynolds’ maskless, disfigured Wade. “You're not f*cking hero,” spits Cable, after plunging a knife into Deadpool’s shoulder. “You're just a clown dressed up as a sex toy.” The wounded Wade pained response: “So dark. You sure…

Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere Of Corazon Aims To Save Lives – Watch The Trailer

EXCLUSIVE: Marking the first collaboration between the Tribeca Film Festival and a health organization, a new John Hillcoat– directed short Corazon  fully financed by the Montefiore Health System , has its World Premiere Friday at the fest where it is a finalist in the Tribeca X section which is a juried award for storytelling supported by a brand recognizing  the intersection of advertising and entertainment. Attracting top talent like director Hillcoat,   Oscar…

EXCLUSIVE: Marking the first collaboration between the Tribeca Film Festival and a health organization, a new John Hillcoat- directed short Corazon  fully financed by the Montefiore Health System , has its World Premiere Friday at the fest where it is a finalist in the Tribeca X section which is a juried award for storytelling supported by a brand recognizing  the intersection of advertising and entertainment. Attracting top talent like director Hillcoat,   Oscar…

‘Satan & Adam’ Trailer: The 23-Year Journey Of An Unlikely Musical Duo Takes Center Stage In Tribeca Docu

EXCLUSIVE:  Contrary to what the title might suggest, the documentary Satan & Adam isn’t about a man’s relationship with the devil — but it is a film about a man named Adam and his relationship with a man whose nickname is Satan. Directed by V. Scott Balcerek, Satan & Adam tells the story of the titular musical duo that included harmonica player Adam Gussow and Sterling “Mr. Satan” Magee.
The documentary was filmed over 23 years and as seen in the trailer above Gusson and…

EXCLUSIVE:  Contrary to what the title might suggest, the documentary Satan & Adam isn’t about a man’s relationship with the devil — but it is a film about a man named Adam and his relationship with a man whose nickname is Satan. Directed by V. Scott Balcerek, Satan & Adam tells the story of the titular musical duo that included harmonica player Adam Gussow and Sterling “Mr. Satan” Magee. The documentary was filmed over 23 years and as seen in the trailer above Gusson and…

‘Kaiser’ Trailer: Tribeca Docu Chronicles The Greatest Footballer Never To Play Football

EXCLUSIVE: Considered the Brazilian Catch Me If You Can, the Tribeca Film Festival documentary Kaiser: The Greatest Footballer Never To Play Football chronicles exactly that: a man who became a soccer superstar without setting foot on the field.
Marking director Louis Myles feature-length film debut, Kaiser uncovers the double life of Carlos “Kaiser” Henrique Raposo who essentially conned his way to become a V.I.P. footballer for 26 years. As seen in the trailer above…

EXCLUSIVE: Considered the Brazilian Catch Me If You Can, the Tribeca Film Festival documentary Kaiser: The Greatest Footballer Never To Play Football chronicles exactly that: a man who became a soccer superstar without setting foot on the field. Marking director Louis Myles feature-length film debut, Kaiser uncovers the double life of Carlos “Kaiser” Henrique Raposo who essentially conned his way to become a V.I.P. footballer for 26 years. As seen in the trailer above…

‘Into The Okavango’ Trailer: Nat Geo Docu Brings Awareness To Endangered River Basin

EXCLUSIVE: In the new trailer for Into the Okavango, we see the picturesque landscape and animals of Okavango Delta — and the threats endangering the African river basin. National Geographic Documentary Films’ follow-up to the Jane Goodall docu Jane takes us on a journey alongside Dr. Steve Boyes as he and a group scientists, photographers, filmmakers, and African guides make it their mission to protect the basin before it gets worse.
The pic, which makes its world…

EXCLUSIVE: In the new trailer for Into the Okavango, we see the picturesque landscape and animals of Okavango Delta — and the threats endangering the African river basin. National Geographic Documentary Films’ follow-up to the Jane Goodall docu Jane takes us on a journey alongside Dr. Steve Boyes as he and a group scientists, photographers, filmmakers, and African guides make it their mission to protect the basin before it gets worse. The pic, which makes its world…

‘Angels Wear White’ Trailer: Vivian Qu’s Venice Competition Contender Is a Prescient Piece of #MeToo Cinema

At last year’s Venice Film Festival, Qu was the only female filmmaker to compete for the vaunted Golden Lion, thanks to a modern noir that proved to be eerily ahead of the times.

At last year’s Venice Film Festival, just one film from a female filmmaker — Vivian Qu’s “Angels Wear White” — was counted amongst the starry competition titles, and while Qu’s film didn’t win the big prize (that one went to Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water,” which went on to win a little something called a Best Picture Oscar), it walked away with its own timely distinction: it’s a #MeToo film made before #MeToo swept Hollywood. Just weeks after Venice wrapped, disgraced producer Harvey Weintsein was accused of multiple acts of sexual assault and harassment, setting loose a new era in the industry.

Qu’s film proved to be a prescient piece of #MeToo cinema during its premiere, and its power has only increased during the subsequent months between its Venice debut and its domestic release.

Half-noir, half-human drama, the film follows young hotel clerk Mia (Vicky Chen), who witnesses a horrific sexual assault perpetrated against a pair of young schoolgirls by a middle-aged man during a night shift. Terrified of losing her job, Mia chooses to stay silent — a choice made all the more complicated by one victim, young Wen (Meijun Zhou) who eventually comes to realize that keeping quiet might not be good for anyone, least of all her and Mia.

At this year’s Santa Barbara Film Festival, IndieWire’s Michael Nordine wrote of the film, “If you weren’t aware that ‘Angels Wear White’ premiered a month before the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, you’d be forgiven for thinking Vivian Qu’s nuanced drama was made to show the #MeToo movement from a Chinese perspective. The actual assault is never shown, with Qu focusing entirely on the aftermath — a long, drawn-out process that’s no less traumatic than the event being covered up so systemically that it goes without saying this is far from an isolated incident.”

The film also screened at TIFF and the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, where Qu won the Golden Horse Award for Best Director.

Check out our exclusive trailer for “Angels Wear White” below.

“Angels Wear White” will open on May 4 in New York (The Metrograph) and on May 18 in Los Angeles (Laemmle’s Music Hall).

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